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17 Sep 2021
Recognizing Those On The Frontlines Of America’s Longest Wars
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10 Sep 2021
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The Supreme Court's Texas abortion decision has shined a light on the justices' increasing reliance on a "shadow docket." Legal expert Stephen Vladeck on what that means for transparency and legitimacy at the nation's court.
7 Sep 2021
How The U.S. Government Hid The Truth About Afghanistan
Washington Post reporter Craig Whitlock says the U.S. government misled the public about our failures in Afghanistan -- for years . His new book is titled "The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War."
3 Sep 2021
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